Plants that are trending for 2022

Indoor plants have been a big part of our lives in lockdown and our communities have benefited from the therapeutic benefits of keeping a little patio garden. Homes have adapted with many rooms filled with several plants. Plants not only bring life and beauty but the act of caring for them is rewarding and anContinue reading “Plants that are trending for 2022”

Black House Plants

Feeling Goth or Dark Chic? Plants of darker shade have an exotic appearance that appeals to many people. If you are among those who are attracted to black plants, then having one indoors can definitely bring a little dark drama in your home. The dark purple variegated foliage crisscrossed by red stems make this plantContinue reading “Black House Plants”

Top 5 Air purifying house plants

Did you know in 1989, NASA, discovered that houseplants can absorb harmful toxins from the air, especially in enclosed spaces with little air flow. This study has been the basis for newer studies about indoor plants and their air cleaning abilities. While plants have less horse power than air purifiers, they’re more natural, cost effective,Continue reading “Top 5 Air purifying house plants”

Best low-light indoor plants

Looking for the best low-light indoor plants that will thrive in a dim area of your home? There are plenty of indoor plants out there that are easy to care for, forgiving, and low-light tolerant. Some even do better in shadier spaces, if you can believe it. If you’re not a full-blown plant parent yetContinue reading “Best low-light indoor plants”

How to water succulents

Succulents store extra water in their leaves, stems, or roots, which gives them the ability to survive a while between waterings (sometimes a month or more). Because they have a reputation for being drought-tolerant and growing in dryer climates many people don’t realize that when you bring them into your home or garden, they stillContinue reading “How to water succulents”

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